Starts: January 18 @ 6:30pm
Ends: January 18 @ 9:30pm
40 Clinton Street, New York, NY 10002
The Gohan Society and Kampai.US have partnered in association with the Japanese Sake and Shochu Makers Association to introduce shochu through seasonal food pairing dinners and other shochu-related events throughout New York City. We have an exciting event coming up to welcome 2016.
The Gohan Society/Kampai! Shinnenkai
Monday, January 18 at 6:30 p.m.
Azasu – 49 Clinton Street, New York, NY 10002
Celebrate the new year at Azasu, a Lower East Side izakaya that specializes in Japanese comfort food.
Stay tuned for more information regarding pricing and how to RSVP.
Have you tried Japanese shochu? Shochu is a traditional distilled spirit with more than 500 years of history. Shochu can be made from more than 50 different ingredients including sweet potato, barley, rice, sugar cane, buckwheat, and even sesame or green tea. Shochu is usually bottled at 20%-25% alcohol, making it much easier to drink and allowing for food pairings.